Dietmar Dath


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ISBN: 978-3-596-70223-7


688 Pages, Klappenbroschur
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Shortly before the end of the Cold War, the Soviet Union and the declining GDR send a suicide mission into space. The mission fails, but a signal is sent back, ostensibly from Neptune. A cry for help, a warning, or something else? More than thirty years later, a German-Chinese rescue mission sets off to find out whether in our cosmic neighbourhood there really is only human technology, whether people can bear the truth, and what politics has to do with gravity.

About Dietmar Dath

Dietmar Dath, born in 1970, is a writer, translator, musician and publicist. His novel Die Abschaffung der Arten (The Abolition of the Species) was shortlisted for the German Book Prize in 2008 and was awarded the Kurd Laβwitz Prize in 2009, as was his novel Pulsarnacht in 2013. In 2015, Fischer Tor published an expanded new edition of his novel Venus siegt.

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